Jam ->Things We Said Today ->Mr. Charlie, Headin' Home Already, Midnight Moonlight, Surely You Jest ->The Wheel ->Kid Charlemagne, Crazy Crazy Crazy, Tuning, Shakedown Street ->Shove In The Right Direction, It's Gonna Get Better, Lazy River Road, One Dog Blues ->Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin), The Shape I'm In
David Gans - guitar and vocals
Klyph Black - bass and vocals
Rob Barraco - keyboards and vocals
Barry Sless - guitar and pedal steel
Adam Perry - drums
LineageDat (Sony R500) -> SEK'D Prodif Plus ->Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> FLAC
October 22, 2006 Subject:
so is 25or6to4 always a part of the Surely you Jest intro???
July 12, 2005 Subject:
A Blowout Beginning
A high-energy set that apparently drained the group for the more popular 5/7/05 show. The guitars snarl, bite, and soar, the keyboard is Jerry Lee Lewis with classical training, the bass walks and thunders, and the percussion anchors everything without intruding. The vocals are on-key and generally accurate. The "Kid Charlemagne" and "Shakedown Street" covers add steroids to the originals. At this energy level, a group to be reckoned with.
July 11, 2005 Subject:
Wow! These guys gel perfectly. The chemistry on stage is amazing given they have barely played together at all. This show is fantastic. I love the songs...Midnight Moonlight is a treat. There is some great jamming and some great jazzy stuff going on here. If you were at this show, I'm jealous.
June 11, 2005 Subject:
More Guilty Pleasures!
The second of four nights of Guilty Pleasures, and it's just as good as the third (which you've undoubtedly heard by now). You've just gotta hear this Midnight Moonlight... and prepare for lots of smiles!
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Source: Stage mic: Crown SASS P Mk 2 stereo condenser PZM (pressure zone mic). House mics: Crown CM-700 cardioid condensers on 12 ft. stands appr. 3 feet from each PA main-> Shure FP-42 Mixer -> Apogee MiniMe A/D->Tascam DA-P1